Saturday, May 10, 2014

4th Southwest Card for Upcoming Class

I've shown you 3 of the 4 cards I made this week for my upcoming class in June and here is the 4th and final card.  I've been enjoying using my Cricut Expression and the Southwest cartridge and hope to use that machine more.

We have oodles of geckos around here along with horned toads, road runners, quail, doves, etc, but I got a kick out of this lizard.  I also used a Spellbinder scalloped oval die and a stamp from Fiskars.

Of course, I had to add a couple itty bitty rhinestones as my "students" seen to enjoy bling on their cards. There are also a couple around the text just to kinda complete that spot.  But now that I'm done with these cards the Cricut is hidden behind a stack of paper again.  I really need to do some major cleaning on my table....

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Geckos alive! How appropriate in your Southwest lesson!
Carol, this is a great fourth card.
A little action and a lot of color make this a go to card for hotter occasions, hello to birthday and thinking of you! Some southwest soldier would get a kick out of this style card in a OWH choice box on base.The receilver will, too. This is a good LSS shelf card in multiples tourist season or not. Rhinestones are classy touch.
Keep Looking UP!